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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to the Muse Erato who presided over amatory poetry.

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Examples

  • "Veterinary practices and rehabilitation centres rely heavily on electricity for equipment [like] theatres, heaters, ventilation for post op [erative] care."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "When you are fully integrated you will be more coop-erative," the Integrator assured him blithely.

    Sentenced To Prism

  • He spent a while working the fix, a while dithering, and finally forced himself to take the notebook from hiding inside the inop - erative loran receiver.

    The Heirs of Babylon

  • Sources said she had non-life-threatening wounds and was uncoop-erative with cops.

    Home - BostonHerald.com

  • The Bicycle Coop - erative of Fort Collins Inc. has been selected as one of two "charities of the month" at Odell Brewing Co.,

    coloradoan.com - Local News

  • This act shall become inop - erative on March thirty-first, nineteen hundred and forty - eight.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • AgriLife Extension agent-AgNR Coop-erative Extension Program.

    Brownsville Herald :

  • For example, there are com'mon dangers which can better be dealt with on a coop-erative rather than an individual basis. "

    Sentenced To Prism

  • This way, I don't have to call the co-op [erative] to get them to figure out what it is and how to take care of it. "

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  • Co-o {) erative banks may hold real estate for transaction of business.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

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